Oct

12

Whose Room?

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19 Comments

  1. Anonymous  

    My hand doesn't have it's own room?

  2. Ugh  

    Thank you for reminding me that there are actually people who don't wash their linens regularly.

  3. Wait  

    What if I don't have to be signed in?

    • Peter  (Bwog Staff)  

      Yeah, sorry about that. See how there are two lines coming out of "Yes"? The one on the right that goes to "How Far Is Your Dorm?" is supposed to come out of "No". So if you're you need to be signed in, you're DQ'd, and if you don't, go to "How Far?"

  4. Come on  

    This wasn't funny or witty at all.

  5. Anonymous  

    This flowchart looks like it was made by someone who had only ever heard of flowcharts through secondhand accounts over the phone.

  6. anon.  

    most disconnected flow chart ever. work on it.

  7. Anonymous

    also what after "do you ever wash your sheets" and you answer yes. there isnt even a question just two options that dont really make sense standing alone

  8. Anonymous

    Clearly Apple's map department found all of their talent at bwog.

  9. Anonymous  

    i'm not even drunk and i can't read this.

  10. Anonymous

    Not trying to be a troll, but this graphic is genuinely bad. The idea is clearly funny and has a lot of potential but it was butchered by whatever blind third grader you let execute it. What happened to the actually good drawings? Like the archetype ones?

  11. CC '13 female  

    maybe i'm reading this the wrong way but the flowchart seems to be suggesting that if you need to be signed in (i.e. Barnard or non-CC/non-SEAS) then you get "disqualified" and it stops right there. i don't know but that seems kind of rude. they don't get to have sex?

    • CC  

      if you live in a wien single or don't have food in your room you're also disqualified "don't get to have sex" -- don't get all butthurt about it. we all get to have sex anyway.

  12. cc12

    Just checking in to see how Bwog has been, and I have to say, wtf happened? This website has become terrible.

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